Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall St. slips after NY Fed head talks up rate hike

[Reuters] Investors cut cash, load up on EM and U.S. stocks: BAML

[Reuters] Hedge fund Tudor Investment lays off 15 percent of staff: source

[Reuters] Putin hints at war in Ukraine but may be seeking diplomatic edge

[FT] Easy money is a dangerous cure for a debt hangover


Tuesday Morning Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Strengthens Past 100 Per Dollar for First Time Since June 24

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Decline With Treasuries After Dudley’s Rate Comments

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Decline as Japanese Shares Fall on Stronger Yen

[Bloomberg] Dollar’s Decline Reverberates as Emerging Markets Rise With Gold

[Bloomberg] Japanese Shares Slump, Yen Gains as Investors Keep Eye on BOJ

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Relinquishing Shorts as S&P 500 Hovers Around Record

[Bloomberg] U.S. Buyback Announcements Tumble to a 2012 Low

[Bloomberg] Housing Starts in U.S. Climbed to a Five-Month High in July

[Bloomberg] Dudley Says September Hike Is Possible, Markets Too Complacent

[Bloomberg] Gas Glut Upends Global Trade Flows as Buyers Find Leverage

[Bloomberg] Monetary Policy Makers Rethink the Rules, and Other Economic Must-Reads

[Nikkei AR] BOJ's negative rate policy still only halfway to intended results

[Bloomberg] After Losing $1 Trillion, Central Banks Build Reserves Again

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Are Losing Endowments After Exodus of Pensions

[Bloomberg]  Brexit Bulletin: Banks Already Plotting City Exodus

[WSJ] Central Banks Could Be This Market’s Pets.com

[WSJ] Soros Doubles Down on Bet Against the S&P 500

[WSJ] The Specter of an Accidental China-U. S. War